Future Stars S.T.E.A.M Education Camps aim to engage campers entering grades 2-9 in a series of innovative fields not seen in traditional school education. Programs will once again be offered in LEGO Robotics and Video Game Design. Experienced teachers from RoboMindTech will follow their S.T.E.M curriculums as campers participate in fun, hands on activities and projects aiming to inspire campers outside of the school year.
STEAM EDUCATION is a new movement in American Education to help teachers and their students understand how the academic disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics impact their world and prepare them for the workforce of tomorrow. STEAM is multidiscipline based, incorporating the integration of other disciplinary knowledge into a new whole. Technology helps us communicate; Math is the language; Science and Engineering are the processes for thinking; all this leads to Innovation.
Lego Robotics (Weekly Sessions) June 25 - July 20th & August 6th-17th
(For Campers Entering Grades 2-9 in Fall 2018)
From robotics learning primer, to robotics engineering challenges, and then into Recreational Sports, this is an ideal camp for children to exercise their mind to learn science & technology via robotics in the morning and balance with sports activities in the afternoon. From building LEGO machines to LEGO robots, campers begin each day with a Robotics primer learning workshop and then immerse into theme based robotics engineering project challenges like LEGO Catapult, LEGO Sumo/Battle Robot , LEGO Game Challenges and more.
Video Game Design (Weekly Sessions) July 9th - July 20th & August 6th - August 17th (For Campers Entering Grades 3-9 in Fall 2018)
From basic learning primer, to electronic game design challenges, and then into Recreational Sports, this is an ideal camp for children to exercise their mind to learn science & technology via electronic gaming in the morning and balance with sports activities in the afternoon. From digital art animation into video game design, campers begin each day with a primer learning workshop and immerse into various game design project challenges like designing classic PONG & obstacle platform games.
LEGO Stop Motion Animation (Weekly Sessions) July 23rd - August 3rd (For Campers Entering Grades 3-9 in Fall 2018)
Make your LEGO adventure come to life! Campers will create a short film using favorite action figures or LEGO characters. Whether its recreating a scene from Star Wars or designing a world of their own, campers will bring their visions to the screen. Campers will create storyboards, build characters, develop backdrops and use webcams to produce their short movies. At the end of the session campers will take home a USB drive with their projects to show off to family and friends!
New for 2018!
Minecraft Education, Grades 3-9 (more info on the way)
Web Design & Coding, Grades 3-9 (more info on the way)
|A Typical Day
||Morning Session 1
||Morning Session 2
||Recreational Swim period
Recreational Sports & Games
|Grades 3 - 9 Boys & Girls
**Typical Day activities/sports/times subject to change
Future Stars Summer Camps will once again partner with RoboMindTech for Summer 2018, an award winning center for Science & Technology Education. RoboMindTech teachers will teach and implement their curricula and programming for all STEM activities.
Visit www.robomindtech.comfor additional information.
Camps and Programs
Future Stars Summer Camps at The College at Old Westbury offer numerous Sports & Specialty camp programs. Summer 2018 will offer 19 program options for campers entering Grades K-9 in Fall 2018. Sports camp programs include; Baseball, Basketball, Lacrosse, Multi-Sports, Soccer, Swim, Tennis, Flag-Football, Golf and Volleyball. Specialty camp programs include; Circus Arts, Dance, Drama, Horseback Riding, Magic, and Multimedia. S.T.E.A.M Education programs include; LEGO Robotics, Stop-Motion Animation, Minecraft Ed, Web Design & Coding and Video Game Design. Additional programs include; Rising Stars for younger campers entering grades K-2, and our Adventure Camp, which is a unique program that features off-site trips. Finally, our Coaches & Teachers Assistant Program (CTAP) for participants entering Grades 10-12 who are looking to be part of the Future Stars Staff in the future.
About the Facility
The College at Old Westbury is a wooded 600 acre campus centrally located in Long Island's Gold Coast in Nassau County. Conveniently located on Rt.107, minutes from the LIE (Rt.495), Jericho Tpke (Rt.25), and Northern Blvd (Rt.25A).
The College at Old Westbury athletics dept sponsors 13 NCAA Division III intercollegiate teams participating in the Skyline Conference. Future Stars Summer Camps utilize the college athletics facilities, and additional campus facilities for all programs.
Clark Athletic Center outdoor facilities include: Baseball & Softball Complex, Full-Sized Grass Training Fields, Tennis Courts, Hitting Walls, Basketball Courts, and more.
Clark Athletic Center indoor facilities include: Multiple Gymnasiums, Swimming Pool, Racquetball Courts, Panther Pride Recreation Area, and more.
Additional campus facilities include: Air-Conditioned Cafeteria, Recital Hall, Old Westbury TV Studio, Classrooms, Computer Labs, and more.
Additional camp features include: Big Kahuna Waterslide, GaGa Ball Pits, Inflatable Sports Arena, 150ft Slip'n'Slide, Soccer Golf Course, and more.
Address to this location is :
223 Store Hill Road.
Old Westbury, NY 11568
***GPS use 2534 Cedar Swamp Rd,
Glen Head NY 11545 (This is directly opposite main campus entrance on Rt.107)
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Future Stars Summer Camp programs at The College at Old Westbury are permitted to operate by Nassau County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus and Future Stars are the exclusive camp program on campus during the summer. Campers enjoy a daily lunch program that is included in the pricing with campers having hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for a daily recreational swim period in the Clark Athletic Center pool under the supervision of our certified water safety instructors and lifeguards. Door-to-Door bus service is available for an additional charge for campers in Nassau County and beyond by arrangement. Please contact the camp office for transportation specifics.
David Stapleton is the Future Stars Summer Camps site director for all programs at The College at Old Westbury. He graduated The University of Edinburgh in 1999. He brings over 16 years of experience in youth coaching and summer camps with Future Stars and previously NOGA Soccer. David is a UEFA, USSF, & NSCAA certified Soccer coach who currently coaches at LIU-Post, and is a staff coach for the LIJSL Coaching Academy.
Summer 2018 will be his 11th year with Future Stars Summer Camps.
Dates and Rates
Summer 2018 programs will run from June 25th to August 17th. Flexible weekly scheduling is available. Each camp week is Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm. Pricing is time sensitive. Transportation is available for an additional $175/week. Early drop-off and/or late-pick-up are also available for an additional $50/week. Sibling discounts are available for campers enrolling for 3 or more weeks. Team or Group discounts are also available. Please call our camp office on (516) 876-3490 for current details on discount offers.
|Sports & Specialty Programs
|| $575 / wk
S.T.E.M Education / Mad Science
| $695 / wk
| Horseback Riding
|| $775 / wk
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Old Westbury Application
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